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Table 1 Weighted frequencies of demographic characteristics and independent variables across the two outcome variables

From: Individual and social determinants of COVID-19 vaccine uptake

Predictors Likelihood of vaccination of Self (N = 992)
(%)*
Likelihood of vaccinating people under their care (N = 964)
(%)*
Total, N = 1012 (%)* 68.3% 65.1%
Risk Perceptions
 Susceptibility
  Unlikely (50.3%) 57.9% 55.2%
 Likely (49.7%) 78.3% 74.8%
 Severity
  Not so serious (64.0%) 62.6% 57.4%
  Serious (36.0%) 79.5% 79.6%
 Personal Experience
  No (84.9%) 74.5% 73.9%
  Yes (15.1%) 56.5% 66.7%
News Sources
 Conservative Outlets
  Not a major source (82.4%) 70.4% 68.0%
  Major Source (17.6%) 58.4% 51.1%
 Liberal Sources
  Not a major source (88.6%) 68.3% 65.4%
  Major Source (11.4%) 71.1% 66.0%
 Mainstream Broadcast
  Not a major source (83.8%) 72.1% 69.2%
  Major Source (16.2%) 60.5% 60.0%
 Mainstream Print
  Not a major source (71.6%) 62.4% 58.8%
  Major Source (28.4%) 83.3% 81.2%
 Online Media
  Not a major source (83.6%) 68.4% 64.1%
  Major Source (16.4%) 72.4% 74.8%
 Social Media
  Not a major source (90.5%) 68.7% 65.0%
  Major Source (9.5%) 66.0% 68.1%
Ideologies
 Political party identification
  Independent (31.6%) 68.9% 66.2%
  Republican (28.8%) 58.5% 53.5%
  Democrat (39.5%) 76.1% 73.2%
 Confidence in scientists
  Hardly any confidence (42.2%) 51.6% 47.5%
  A great deal of confidence (57.8%) 80.9% 78.1%
Social and Demographic Characteristics
 Age
  18–24 years (20.8%) 73.0% 67.2%
  30–44 years (25.0%) 56.8% 59.5%
  45–59 years (24.8%) 72.2% 70.7%
  60+ years (29.4%) 71.5% 63.7%
 Gender
  Male (48.5%) 68.9% 64.5%
  Female (51.5%) 67.7% 65.7%
 Income
   < $10,000 (3.3%) 63.5% 62.1%
  $10,000 to <$25,000 (10.3%) 52.6% 44.0%
  $25,000 to <$50,000 (18.2%) 65.0% 62.1%
  $50,000 to <$75,000 (17.0%) 68.6% 70.5%
  $75,000 to <$100,000 (13.8%) 70.1% 65.7%
  $100,000 to <$150,000 (17.7%) 71.4% 66.7%
   > $150,000 (19.6%) 76.0% 72.7%
 Education level
  Less than high school (10.7%) 63.8% 55.0%
  High school (28.4%) 58.9% 56.8%
  Some college (27.8%) 65.5% 59.6%
  Bachelor’s degree or higher (33.2%) 79.6% 79.3%
 Race/Ethnicity
  White, Non-Hispanic (63.2%) 71.8% 68.0%
  Black, Non-Hispanic (11.8%) 51.0% 53.0%
  Hispanic (16.5%) 64.9% 63.0%
  Other, Non-Hispanic (8.5%) 72.4% 64.2%
 Employment Status
  Employed (59.9%) 63.9% 62.3%
  Laid off/Furloughed (5.7%) 64.4% 70.2%
  Retired (23.1%) 74.1% 66.1%
  Homemaker (6.2%) 71.9% 67.9%
  Full-time student (5.1%) 96.9% 95.2%
  1. * Indicates weighted percentages of participants with that particular characteristic